Teacher of Computing

Employer
Travail Grantham Education
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
11 Jun 2022

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
My client is a very successful school in the Grantham area with a fantastic reputation. Computing is a popular and successful subject in the school with a significant number of students going on to study the subject at university. Initially, at Key Stage 3 the students receive one lesson per week through all three years. This is primarily focused on IT literacy and Computing, involving project-based work using Scratch, Fusion and VB6, alongside the Microsoft Office Suit and Adobe Creative software. At Key Stage 4 they offer OCR Computing, usually with two groups. This leads to the AQA Computing at A level. The main software used in the courses are MS Access, MS Excel, SQL and VB.Net, although other languages are included where relevant. The teaching is carried out in three suites of fully equipped classrooms. Each room is equipped with a digital whiteboard, a PC linked to the School network and a digital projector. All the computers in the school are centrally managed and have full access to Microsoft 365. The department is well-resourced and offers many opportunities for students to embellish their education in Computing outside of the school grounds.

This is a full time opportunity, Monday to Friday therefore planning will be required but PPA time will be made available in the timetable and you will be expected to throw yourself into school life!

Applications are welcome from Newly Qualified Teachers as well as experienced Computing Teachers.

To be considered you must be a qualified Teacher (QTS/QTLS) with relevant Computing experience and hold a current Enhanced DBS on the Update Service, although Travail Education can facilitate a new DBS application if required.

For initial enquiries please contact Jason at Travail Education

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